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's needed the most. this is where international assistance is coming in, especially from the u.s., but also from the european union and many other countries in the world. there has been an outpouring of generosity directed at the philippines. we know the first world food program cargo has already left from malaysia. that should be arriving imminently in this country. this is a situation that is not without controversy. there have been some reports of widespread looting and there have been some accusations that the government has not done enough to really clamp down on that looting. some have been suggesting that there should even be marshal law in some of the affected areas and there has been talk of a state of emergency. the president said that the first priority is to deliver aid to the people who need it the most. this is what he had to say. >> and also for those that have been confirmed killed, that is a concern. we have a need for those who are living, those who are injured, the need for footd and the need for water. >> there seems to be a lack of visibility on the exact number of fata
, quote, generally recognized as safe. and it announced it's taking steps to eliminate them from the u.s. food supply. foods with trans fat include, french fries, frozen pizzas, cookies, microwave popcorn, just to name a few. the fda says, banning trans fats would save thousands of lives every single year. joining us now from the cnn center, chief medical correspondent, elizabeth cohen. why is the fda taking this action now? >> a lot of people are asking, why didn't they take this action a long time ago? it's been about ten years since consumer advocates petitioned the fda to get these trans fats out of foods. well, ten years later, they're finally doing it. they say if they do take this action -- today's the first step -- if this action does continue, they say they could prevent 20,000 heart attacks a year in the united states and 7,000 deaths. and that's why people have been urging the fda to take this step for so long. now, as you noted, trans fats are in some of the foods that you just mentioned, some cookies have them, some cookies don't, some pizzas have them, some pizazz don't. al
>>> hello. welcome to "worldwide exchange." i'm ross westgate. the headlines today, u.s. treasury secretary jack lew tells cnbc he needs to see more specifics on china's economic blueprint and that market reforms must further. >>> jobless data in 30 minutes, will they underline an improving employment picture for the uk and prompt the bank of england to signal an earlier core inflation report? >>> the russians are drinking less, according to carlsberg. shares fall as the brewing giant lowers forecasts after missing expectations in the third quarter. >>> and the ceo tells cnbc he sees smoother sailing next year. shares up boosted by the forecast beating revenue figures. >> announcer: you're watching "worldwide exchange," bringing you business news from around the globe. all right. welcome to the program. plenty to get through today. so on today's program, as some of italy's biggest luxury brands report third quarter earnings, we'll speak exclusively with the high-endmaker moleskin. >>> the french economy is expected to show pick up in the final months of the year, we'll be joined b
american veterans. and u.s. forces are right there again in a race against time, part of the effort to save families in the philippines. millions of people fought against perhaps the most powerful storm ever to hit land. the winds leaving behind so much devastation, one philippine official said tonight, "god must have been somewhere else." rescue teams now racing to help. abc's gloria riviera is reporting from the city that took a direct hit. >> reporter: i want to show you the watch tower. that gives you a sense of how high the water rose and everything around it where i'm standing completely submerged. i can see three cars, somebody's bed right there. as if a wave of debris came rushing up and stopped and in the middle of this mess is where they're trying to set up emergency operations. we soared in a chopper carrying bags of rice, below us devastation, home after home shattered, families living in rubble without food or water. police cannot come fast enough. this is why. new images of the monster up close. storm chaser jim witnesses the storm's impact first hand. >> it blew hard. it blew
joining us have a great night. we'll see you back here tomorr tomorrow. lou: on the day that america celebrating our veterans, and honors their sacrifice for our freedoms, the united states marine corps among first on the ground in the philippines searching efficient survivors, bringing aid in hundreds of thousands displaced in aftermath of one of the largest storms the world has seen, i am lou dobbs. lou: good evening, the united states military has dispatched aid and troops to some areas that were hardest hit by typhoon haiyan. a storm check pert call, one of the most powerful in history, c-130 transplanes loaded with water, generators, foods and u.s. marines arrived in the city of ta taclabox n where they have reports of as many as 10,000. >> every building in the city was either destroyed or serially damaged. the devastation jaw drops, pentagon on stand by for any additional requests from the filipino government, and announcing moments ago that carrier, uss george washington has been dispatched to the region, the hilippines, one of america's longest asian allies und
in tears in the long run. join us for that at 11:45 cet. if you have any thoughts, questions, comments, anything about the show, e-mail us worldwide@cnbc.com. >>> fed chairman ben bernanke says the central bank is committed to its easing monetary policy for as long as necessary. that could mean holding rates near zero until well after u.s. unemployment falls below the threshold of 6.5%. bernanke says the wall street economy has made significant process. it's still far from where officials want it to be. >> i agree with the sentiment expressed by my colleague, janet yellen expressed last week that the surest path to monetary policy is to do all we can to promote a morrow bust policy. the fomc remains committed to maintain a highly accommodative policy for as long as needed. >> the fed decided in september and october to maintain asset purchases of $85 million a month. bernanke says they want evidence of durable growth before scaling back that program. as for what life after the fed may hold, he may follow alan greenspan's path by writing books and following the speaking circuit. when it
. that was janet yellen yesterday. joining us now is brittany jones from wrathbone. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> quantitative easing can't continue indefinitely, but presumably it's going to continue for long enough, isn't it? >> yeah. obviously, they highlighted the -- bernanke highlighted tapering could start in september. that was taken off the table. now it's talking about more taper. but we've got to remember that for tapering doesn't necessarily mean the end of qe. they can still taper. >> this is what the fed wants to get out of the way. then start pricing in tightening because of the fed's dilemma. >> i think they're going to change some of the hurdles. we've seen it from the bank of england. we've had the unemployment rate and suddenly the bank of england's forward guidance might change. the i think the fed will do the same. so it will possibly bring the unemployment target down. they will say they won't raise rates if inflation is below a certain level. tapering and the end of qe does not necessarily mean the end of zero rates, as well. >> does the ten-year range trade betw
willis report." thank you for joining us. have a good night and a great weekend. thank you. ♪ lou: there is a rebellion under way in the democratic party and the president's slide to the public that they could keep their health insurance if they elected is to blame. democrats defying president obama today. they voted with republicans to assure americans can restore their previously canceled plans. i am lou dobbs. ♪ good evening, everybody. president obama vows to veto the bill and democrats eager to put distance between themselves and that failed rollout of obamacare paid little attention. the 39 house democrats lined up with the republican colleagues to pass the keep your plan bill. legislation put forward by house energy and commerce committee chairman congressman fred upton that would allow insurance companies to restore the policies to millions of americans who have been canceled because of obamacare regulations democrats voted with republicans despite the president's veto threats just one day after the president's so-called fix was panned by numerous congressional democrats
he needs us. >> baltimore's humane society and pets for patriots are helping. service members get 10% off spaying or neutering and a 20% off vet care. >>> all right. one of the veterans being honored this veteran's day makes up half of the remarkable couple living in dundalk. >> they have a story of love, war and marriage that has endured for 70 years. rosie leftwich tells us how world war ii changed their lives. >> reporter: a skinny kid from pasadena got a job at a women's dress factory for $7 a week. one of his new friends advised him to ride a street car to go to a birthday party for his cousin willie mae. >> my sus sin aid you're -- cousin said you're not supposed to ask a boy to dance. i said i don't know. she was 15. he had just turned 18 eye think i fell for her a lot harder than she fell for me. >> you were persistent. >> right, right. >> very cool. >> she was a little beauty. >> reporter: they dated for two years on and off. they wanted to get married but things were expensive back then and he wanted to make more money. those dreams changed with the war. >> come on, men,
economic reforms. the anticipated meeting happens behind closed doors, but eunice will give us a preview at 10:15 cet. >>> in a bid to boost finances and dial into the brazilian market, our guest says people might be overlooking the fact that there is still quite a lot of potential in italy. that's coming up in half an hour. >>> plus, could shale gas energize the fuel industry? we'll be joined by a strong advocate of the technology, the so-called fact master. >>> and at 11:20 cet, we'll be joined by the founder of good night to talk about the massive opportunity he thinks is presented by big data, created by the continued growth of digital. as i mentioned, that's not enough. yes, folks, it is jobs friday stateside. government shutdown expecting to make the report one of the weakest of the year. we'll preview the employment numberes and how the fed is going to reaction to it. that's coming at 11:30 cet. as ever, if you've got any thoughts, comments or questions, we would love to hear from you. e-mail us, worldwide@cnbc.com. >>> but first, the s&p has downgraded france's credit rating for
in this morning. in just a few minutes, we've got john harwood. he'll join us to go through the politics on this and some of the realities on how it can possibly work. in the meantime, let's send it over to andrew. >> we have a lot of corporate news this morning. kimberly clark announcing its board of directors authorizing its management team to pursue a potential tax free spin-off of the health care business which has $1.6 billion in sales. take a look at shares of the consumer products giant closing at an all-time high yesterday. we're going to talk to the company's ceo tom falk at 7:30 a.m. eastern time this morning. the play station 4 officially now on sale, a little over six hours ago that gamers were able to get their hands on sony's new game console. the price tag, $399. we're going to have a product review of what it is and what it means. it's 6:30 a.m. eastern time. and we're getting a peek into the portfolios of some of the world's biggest investors. warren buffett, snapping up stake in exxon. at yesterday's closing price of $93.22, that stake is valued at $3.74 billion. and a
. >>> all right. a warm welcome. we're into the two-hour "worldwide exchange" again after the u.s. changed their clocks over the weekend. now, a lot of earnings out today. details out in a minute. nissan shares taking a big fall in japan today. the automaker cutting its profits down by 20% because of weak sales in asia. we'll get the details in around 10 minutes. helia is in london for a first on cnbc interview with the owner of imperial tobacco. we'll get more at 10:20 cet. >>> and in new york, the year-long mayoral race draws to a close as voters head to the polls today. about front-runner bill deblasio score a victory or is a last-minute upset on the cards? >>> plus, we'll speak to the italian finance minister about his vision for the future of europe. that's at 11:40 cet. and if that's not enough, we're on track -- or are we on track for an equity meltdown? we'll be in philadelphia to discuss the growing fears of an equity bubble. that interview, coming up. but first we start with a big focus on earnings here in europe. here are all the stocks in focus. marks & spencer today up 11.9%,
happening one day if the u.s. >> rene, thank you so much. cnn newsroom with wolf blitzer starts right now. >> see you tomorrow. >>> right now, they're digging through the rubble in the philippines looking for victims of the deadly super typhoon. as many as 10,000 people could be dead, hundreds of thousands without shelter or food. right now, u.s. marines are in tacloban. their priority is to get to the airport there running 24 hours a day. that could make all the difference in the world to the relief efforts. and right now, americans everywhere remember the men and the women who be or have served in the united states military. today the president continued a veterans day tradition by laying a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns at arlington national cemetery. >>> hello, i'm wolf blitzer reporting today from washington. here's the latest on the killer typhoon that has devastated so much of the philippines. the president threw has declared a state of national calamity. families and rescuers are digging through debris of thousand of homes searching for as many as 10,000 bodies. aid is coming
it is a great thing. >> thank you for joining us. >>> erin, thank you, anderson is in the philippines. he is trying to fly into the hardest hit area, tacloban city, but the process is making it hard for planes to land. the tropical system is arriving hard on the heels of the typhoon. the storm left tacloban in terrible, terrible shape, almost total devastation in much of the city. nearly a quarter of a million people lived here, now entire neighborhoods are gone. survivors are filling the streets, there are bodies, in fact, everywhere. what there is not enough is food, and crucially, drinkable water. access in and out of tacloban is very difficult. the u.s. marines are helping with round-the-clock operations. there is access to british help, and they are teeming into the area. nobody knows the full scope of the damage from this record-setting storm. more from "ac360's" randi kaye. >> reporter: the terror began with haiyan's winds, gusts reaching 235 miles per hour, well above the threshold of a category 5 hurricane. all many can do is simply pray. as millions brace themselves against haiy
the race with over 100 billion dollars in deals. >> we do it when our customers ask us, but it was a big first day. we're not greedy. we'll see how the rest of the show pans out. >> i prefer to build airplanes and deliver them out this decade. >>> shares in aberdeen so i remembers as the firm becomes the biggest asset manager. >> announcer: you're watching "worldwide exchange" bringing you business news from around the globe. >>> and a very good morning to you and evening to you if you're watching in asia. going to kick off the show, all about china growth. marginally beat expectations, 7.8% in the third quarter beat by the old china. the challenge for the country is whether it can change its economy to one driven by consumption. it was mapped out by the country's leaders on friday. some of the sweeping reforms included relaxing the one child policy, introducing welfare system reforms to help free movement of labor and encourage urbanization plus stepping up financial reforms to let market forces play a greater role. for more on the changes and controversial one child policy, eunice eun
's season with interesting analysis alongside its release. for more on that, annette is with us in frankfurt. they don't like people saying they have expected surpluses of the eurozone, annette. >> not really. but if you're looking at the euro set figures, then you see that germany has to expect a surplus for the eurozone. they're having a surplus for the rest of the world, i.e. china as well as united states. so that whole imbalance thing within the eurozone, that really makes sense. so then it comes to really -- if you look at the numbers, and those numbers now for the third quarter are most likely going down very well in berlin and not too well in brussels and as well in washington. because as far as first time i can remember is that growth is supported by household government spending and very importantly, i have to stress that capital spending of german companies because during the run up to the elections, we heard a lot of companies complaining about high energy produces, insecurities, when it comes to tax hikes, and a lot of companies did want to spend inside germany, but they were th
'm elisabeth hasselbeck. 10,000 people are feared dead after a typhoon in the philippines. -l this morning u.s. troops are on the ground henning piece together the damage. where is the storm headed next? stay here for details. >> days after a second-term winner, new jersey governor chris christie goes on an all-out media blitz slamming the obamacare debacle. >> anybody who has run anything in their lives could see this coming a mile away. >> more on the jersey governor's advice for the white house. like they'll listen. >> miley cyrus sparking more controversy at another awards show. >> you know, i couldn't put this award in my bag, but i did find this. so thank you guys very much. >> how her latest performance goes up in smoke. "fox & friends," new week, special day starts now. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> what a treat on this veterans day morning. you're waking up to the hell cats. it's an ensemble of buglers and drummers from the west point band. >> some of our favorite people from one of our favorite places on one of our favorite dates, to honor those who served this great nation. >> the official nat
it. i think scrap the cap is a good slogan for them to use. you're going to find that more and more people are going to be pressing their congressmen about this. >> in a little town, we just raised the minimum wage to $15. it was done by the people. >> that is all for this evening. the rachel maddow show starts now. >>> thanks to you at home for joining us this hour. the various branchs of the united states military all offer a service academy. that's about an hour north of new york city, west point new york. the united states navel academy, it is in a beautiful spot in downtown annapolis, maryland. and then there's the united states air force academy, which is in a societily different part of the country. it's way inland in colorado springs, colorado. colorado springs is really known for two things, it's home to the air force academy with its big airfield and it's massive football stadiums. colorado springs is also home to focus on the family. literally if you walk out the back door of focus on the family and you cross the ronald reagan highway, you're on the landing strip for the
, republican party, be healed. that does it for us tonight now time for the last word with lawrence o'donnell. have a great night. >>> tonight, we have more video of the new mexico state police reckless shooting at a mother and her five children in their minivan. eight more minutes of that video that has not yet been seen. and today, here in washington, it was a historic day in the united states senate. for the future of democracy. >> on track to go nuclear. >> nuclear. >> in the senate. >> so-called nuclear option. >> using a 51 vote majority. >> change the rules of the senate. >> stopping filibusters of presidential nominee. >> utterly absurd. >> republicans are concerned. >> frustration has been concerned. >> congress is broken. >> the democrats are just at their wits end. >> i believe the american people are right. >> the democrats are fed up. >> sound like harry reid is trying to change the subject. >> obstruction. >> obstruction in congress. >> so much obstruction in the senate. >> this gridlock has not served the cause of justice. >> that story line is patently ridiculo ridicul
's the most popular excuse you use? we've got the answer straight ahead. i didn't have my coffee this morning, that's why i stumbled through that that's my excuse. "fox & friends" begins right now. >> good morning, this is gavini. you are watching my "fox & friends," baby. >> my favorite hairstylist she did mine this morning. >> gorge. our makeup staff and hair staff are a ray of sunshine. >> we stumble in blurried eyed. >> speaking of everybody being blurried eyed. i could hear our crew out in the hallway. they said today is going to be a great day. >> the other guy said why is that? >> because there is expresso and all kinds of alcoholic thanksgiving drinks that are going to be passed around later. >> that's what we need on had this show. >> splurge segment. >> national expresso day. so tucker, anna and myself are going to try to be actual baristas this morning. >> i can barely sit still. the latest on the deback test called obamacare. >> we have a couple of delays to get through this morning. first delay up this year is to pick a plan you now have an extra 8 days this year. that's a good c
>> good morning. i'm becky quick along with joe kernen. andrew ross sorkin will be joining us in the next hour. coming up around 8:00 eastern time today, andrew will kick off the headliner with barely diller. catch it right here on "squawk box." our guest host this morning on 11-12-13, dennis gartman pointed out that it's 2:15 today in military time it will be 11-12-1314:15.16. first, let's get you up to speed on the morning's headlines. an experimental glaxosmithkline hard drug has missed its main goal in a major clinical late stage study. it was designed to prevent heart attacks and strokes in a completely different way from cholesterol lowering drugs by targeting an enzyme. >>> the latest legal battle between amppple and samsung begs today. a federal jury awarded apple about $1 billion earlier this year, but the judge tossed out $400 million in damages and ordered a new jury to recalculate damages for 13 samsung products that have been found to be infringing apple's patent. >>> in other technology news, "the wall street journal" reports that google's motorola unit is expect
, but it hit us here in fox business. where to the mad dash to cap taxes? to cato institute senior fellow dan mitchell, on this swiss miss. >> i predict that the swiss people will reject this ref run referendum, in 2001 they imposed a cap on spending that served them well, this initiative, promoted by the left wing party, i think will go down in flames. why? because the swiss people know they are doing much better in terms of their economy be that the high tax countries like -- than the high tax countries like france, and greece and italy. when it comes time to vote, they will realize, don't ruin a good thing. neil: you would think. a lot of liberal are not great at math, realizing the big return you get from having a competitive economy, a lot of u.s. firms have congregated there and started opening up shop in switzerland, they don't want to chase that away. but some social democrats in switzerland say it is not worth. surely the swiss population must see that is screwy. >> this is why i predict this will be defeated. switzerland is the fourth freest economy in the world, they attract a lot
from singapore. hi, sixuan. >> thank you, ross. treading markets today with a negative lead from the u.s. the nikkei 225 eased 0.25% after the 7..7% gain last week. the dollar/yen weakening to trade below the 100 level. so that adding pressure to exporter stocks. meanwhile, australia fell for the second straight session down 0.6% at the rba keeps the door open for further cuts. china markets pulled back after yesterday's strong gains. the shack high composite pulled lower by 0.2%. china enterprises lent support to the hang seng indetective which ended on a flat note. seoul sales managed to end with a two-week high. automakers led the gains there. chinese banking shares came under some pressure, especially mid sized lenders. this on concern that financial reforms and interest rates liberalization. banks may face higher margin pressures. the media sector outperformed out records that beijing will make media and entertainment a pillar industry with support this year, encouraging more private enterprises to develop and expand in this industry. so a few thoughts limit up by about 10% today. s
that there was a lot of difference of opinion as to whether or not we can or should do what he urged us to do last week. >> they had the meeting. they loved being in the white house, probably got a tour. in the end they have to watch out for their own backsides and their own private companies. they warned the president, what he's proposing now would amount to different rules and different policies, might result in higher premiums, not good for you and you, without underlying concerns for gaps in coverage. florida likes it. it allows people to renew their coverage. in indiana they say they will adopt the president's proposal. new york said tpho*efplt california is to announce its decision on thursday. more states are saying we'll worry about it on our own. this is such a mess, unquantifiable to even drill down on how bad this is. the insurance companies are now in the middle. and don't you feel as though this is their opportunity to push back after being the battering ram for the president over the last three and a half years? the insurance companies, the bad insurance companies are ruining everything,
tells us about his time with the rebels fighting to take syria, and about his 210 days of captivity, torture and eventual salvation. >> matt schrier: the gunfire was all day, sniper fire all day. i mean, we were behind a wall, and you couldn't come out from that wall. if you stuck your head out from that wall, they would blow it off. >> pelley: matt schrier is a war photographer and like most journalists, he slipped into syria with the help of the free syrian army-a moderate rebel group supported by the united states. schrier captured these images of f.s.a. rebels fighting the forces of the syrian dictator bashar al assad. what were the rebels fighting for? >> schrier: freedom. one of the guy's names was hamid noor. after the first battle that night, he was walking back, and he just looked, and he held out his hand, and the area was devastated. and he just goes, "no freedom. no freedom." and he went through his phone, and he just showed me all his friends. "dead. dead. dead. bashar. bashar." like that, over and over again. and that's what they all, they were all calling for, freedom
cheryl jennings. >> from all of us here, we the breaking news this friday night, the deadly shooting at l.a.x., the passengers running for their lives. >> we have an active shooting in terminal 3. >> the tsa officer shot dead. what was the motive? our late reporting from the scene tonight. and my interview with a passenger, the chilling moment face to face with the gunman. what the passenger said convinced it saved his life. >>> then the other breaking news tonight, the terror takedown, alleged master mind behind attempted plot at new york times square killed tonight. >>> the river rescue, the school bus underwater, their driver injured. what the children did to save their own lives. >>> and our persons of the week tonight, our mascots. we go behind the mask tonight, they put me in a harness, what they make me do over at american arena, not the time to be afraid of heights. >> one, two, three. >>> good evening on this friday night, diane has the evening off, as we come on the air for the west coast we begin with chaos and panic at l.a.x. in los angeles. a lone gunman pulling
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. they have been committing the crimes since december of last year using december guisguises. if convicted they could each face 20,000 in fines. >>> they weit is veteran's day. >> kelly wright is live in washington with the latest on the special ceremony. >>> good morning to you. when president obama hosted a breakfast to honor veterans he will meet with the oldest living world war ii veteran. he will likely walk away from the meeting inspired a man who represents part of america's best generation. rich affidavit overton is believed to be the oldest veteran of the military. at 107 years old he says he still have energy to enjoy his life. when he reflects on the service of de p fending america's freedom he says we didn't go off to play, we went off to fight. he volunteered for service in 1942 and fought in the pacific doing a lot of island hopping with the all black army unit. after having breakfast with the veterans the president will later lay a wreath at the tomb of the unknown folted by an observance of ceremonies as arlington national cemetery. richard overton was in his 30's when he v
>> thanks for joining us. >> from all of us here, back tonight the fumble and the scramble by the president. trying to fix obama care, announcing a big change while taking the blame over and over. >> we did fumble the ball on it. i'm the head of this team. that's on me. >>> thinking fast. caught on camera. two homes collapse into a giant sink hole. families forced to clear out as the hole grows wider. >>> and real money. do you have thousands of dollars just lying around your home? >> are you totally surprised right now? >> yeah. >> that's a lot of money. >> we turn one family's clutter into a lot of cash tonight. >>> and a good evening to you on this thursday night as we begin with a moment in the obama presidency unlike any we have seen before. the commander in chief under fire, trying to quiet the fury surrounding his signature achievement, obama care, today announcing a change in the rules, but the measure of what this means for his leadership can be seen in his face. take a look at these pictures from three and a half years ago, the joy, the confidence as he signed oba
williamson is global chief economist at market that helps compile these numbers and joins us now. chris, how on concerned should we be about france? >> it is a concern that it's slipping in the wrong direction. risk of recession here after small declining gdp in the third quarter. we're running at a level consistent with 0.2% contraction in french gdp. so that is a concern. it's a really difficult story, though, because the survey data is not just ours die verged from the gdp data earlier this year which shows a surprising uplift in the second quarter of the french economy. we didn't get that at all. our picture is a french economy that has turned around alongside the periphery and it's now bumping along at a stagnant level. the danger is you're going to get those headlines which is signaling this renewed recession and that's going to damage business confidence there. >> yeah. and we come at that point when a lot of incident vesters have ridden the cyclical pickup earlier in the year. they've poured money into european equities now wonder wlg they got it a bit wrong. >> well, i think you ove
a century but on the bright side, the new demand could be a good thing for wines in the u.s. who put this newscast together? we've gone from pumpkins to wine, to beer, to oysters. this is great. >> so people like you, people who grew up and spent a lot of time at the pike's theater. >> now for the first time in more than 30 years we'll be spending time at the pike's theater. 3d screens. the people cannot wait. >> people have said we're so happy you opened. met my wife here, dated, met friends here. i used to book this from 1968 to 1974. so this was always a a test theater. it's about time somebody took a shot. >> in addition to the two theaters, it's a bar and grill, which means date night in one place. it opened up in 1937. >> i know where jamie's going for dinner. >> steamed oysters or on the half? on the half. you got to have them raw. >> oh, no. i kind of like them steamed. all right. to the south and east we have rain clearing out. had some deep contracts showers on this friday, first day of november. it was not exactly a cold rain. you see the last of it blowing offshore. a lar
at the october 9th lows through yesterday's close, the u.s. markets are up almost 6% or greater. and with just two months left in 2013, check out the year-to-date returns. the dow is up almost 19%. the transports up by 31%. the s&p up more 23% and the nasdaq about 30%. pretty phenomenal year-to-date. if you take a look at the futures this morning, you're going to see some green arrows once again. dow futures up by 30 points. s&p up by just under 2 points. in global market headlines, china's manufacturing sector strengthened further. mixed signals in important areas, including export orders suggest that any recovery will be gradual. take a look at what happened overnight in asia. you'll see that shanghai and hang seng were barely higher. the nikkei was down by 0.8%. the big news out of europe this morning, royal bank of scotland, rbs announcing it will move $61 billion of toxic assets into an internal bad bank. the early european trading this morning, you've got some red arrows. but that's only down by about 16 points. we'll see what happens as we get further into the trading day. we'll have mo
's hand but signs of a division emerged. tonight, why one u.s. ally said the proposed deal doesn't go far enough. >>> we waited for hours until the murder trial went late in the night. and now we know the verdict. a doctor carrying-on an affair and killed his wife so he could keep the extra marital affair going. >> and a symbol of resilience shining bright and the top of one world trade lights up for the first time. >> i am harris faulkner. stopping iowa ran from going nuclear with weapons. gevefa, switzerland the round of negotiations ended with no deal at lost not yet. secretary of state john kerry and other nations have sat face-to-face with iowa ran. and the goal to roach a peaceful resolution of the nuclear program. the negotiations hit a snag. the u.s. and other western countries demanding that iowa ran stop enriching fuel and that teheran destroy nuclear fuel. doing that would make it difficult for iran to get blue tonnium and uranium. and in exchange iowa ran would get one- time access to the assets that are frozen in overseas banks because of safrpgzs. but there is a rift. intern
, and he came to us. >> go on to foxandfriends.com. >>> and a fox news alert. the deal is done. world leaders in iran ending three decades of mostly diplomatic gridlock. making history last night by reaching an interim deal that calls on tehran to cut down on its nuclear activity in exchange for sanctions relief. critics are already speaking out, and some are calling the deal dubious at best. others describing it as down right dangerous. good morning, everyone. weu welcome you here to americas news headquarters. i'm jamie colby. >> i'm erin shawn. this agreement was announced at 3:00 in the morning after weeking of intense negotiations in geneva. now the two sides have six months to try to hammer out a more comprehensive deal that could potentially solve the dispute over iran's nuclear intentions, but is this really the first step in trying to stop an ianian nuclear bomb. president obama praised the development last night. >> today, that diplomacy opened up a new path toward a world that is more secure, a future in which we can verify that iran's nuclear program is peaceful and that i
of securities fraud. kate kelly will join us with the late nest a minute. >>> in the meantime, bids for blackberry are due today. there there's a tentative bid. other parties said to be vying for blackberry include serberus, qualcomm and the co founders. >>> tri-point homes is trying to buy the company for $2.7 billion. tripoint is backed for gary sternlicht. andrew, good morning. >> there's some synergy there, as they say in the merger business. also, we have some corporate buzz. "the new york times" reporting that u.s. authorities have expanded the probe into jpmorgan's hiring practices outside of china across the asian pacific. they're focusing on south korea, singapore and india. the d.o.j. was exploring other areas. we talked a little bit about this. jpmorgan is the one that actually went to the d.o.j. and started talking about these other hiring practices and now they've expanded their probe. there they are. good news, in the i.p.o. space, october was the busiest month for u.s. offerings since 2007. 33 companies raised more than 12 billion companies. >>> finally, a new cnbc as
. the question for t-mo continues to be will it participate in one more round oflidation if it comes to the u.s. wireless industry, if it is allow to occur by the department of justice and will that be with the likes of print or will it be with dish if that were to occur? >> where are these subscribers coming from? everybody had a good increase in subscribers. where are these people? >> at&t did not have an increase and verizon, it's slight. we are -- most people who want a phone have a phone. but if there is -- >> share taking. >> there is movement going on and their plans are working at t-mo. clearly the deal with pcs has been a good one. >> yes. >> but there is still a belief that they are not big enough to compete over the long term. >> sprint is in still a difficult transition. that stock still won't quit. as if they won't have a difficult transition. >> and that stock's been moving again lately. i'm not sure why. the transition there is still going to take place. they got it to it being a 2014 story. remember, you have hardly any float there at this point. 70% of it is owned by soft bank.
at least $1.8 billion. julia boorstin sat down with twitter's ceo. she'll join us with is that conversation in just a minute. but first, the rest of this morning's agenda, there are a number of key economic stories to watch. the european central bank is meeting in frankfurt. policymakers are expected to hold rates steady despite intense pressure to cut interest rates because of what you've been watching with the euro. a decision is expected around 7:45 eastern time. but the key developments for the market could come at 8:30 eastern. that's when the ecb president mario draghi is holding a news conference. we'll get previews from geoff ket mo c cutmore in europe in about 20 minutes. >>> jobless claims are seen at falling slightly to 335,000. as for the markets, joe mentioned the dow closing at a historic high. the s&p 500 rose for the 16th time in the last 21 sessions, finishing within two points of a record. the nasdaq was not along ford ride yesterday. it closed a little lower to snap a three-day winning streak. you did see some of the high flyers that took it on the chin yesterday. you wat
. thank you for stating your day with us. we always appreciate it. enrollment numbers are out and we know how many people signed up for obamacare. >> it is way worse than anticipated. 26,794 have signed up in the federal exchanges and 79,391 enrolled in state exchanges. that brings the whopping total of enrollees to 106,185. >> and number falling way short of the administration's goal. elizabeth prann is live for us in washington with what is up next. li elizabeth, what are they going to do. >> you talked about that goal. federal officials wanted 7 million to buy health insurance. they got less than two percent of that included in the overall figure of more than 106,000 people on the exchanges. that doesn clue buyers who selected a plan but haven't yet paid yet. delaware north dakota and alaska they signed up less than 100 people in each state. after a house oversight committee hearing we have heard from darrel issa he reflected on the rollout. >> this is one of the greatest management breakdowns one could find. we had in front of us the chief information acted technology people working f
. >> this morning a team of u.s. officials brought water and supplies to the hardest hit areas. some store owners are using weaponing to fight off looters. >> days after the haiyan slam into the philippines with terrifying force, survivors are desperate. >> we want water and medicine for the injured. we just need your help. >> reporter: fierce winds and heavy rain the monster storm barrelled through the islands friday destroying nearly everything in its path. but it was the wall of water more than ten feet high that proved most deadly. men, women, and small children were sent fleeing for higher ground. at this hotel in the hard hit area, a team of american storm chasers became rescuers usinge mattresses to help elderly in the waters. the storm damage is tsunami like, power and out residents displaced, entire communities flattened. >> the devastation is -- i don't have the words for it. it's horrific. >> reporter: survivors walked through the streets covering their noses to mask the smell of dead bodies. >> we don't have water anymore. we don't have food. i'm glad we're st
the show with. good morning. we're in washington. it is thursday, november 14th. and with us onset, we have senior political editor sam stein. >> i can't stop laughing. >> former treasury official and morning joe economic analyst steve rattner. white house correspondent for the associated press julia pace. and al hunt, met your producer last night at politico. nice guy. we started the day in politics and proez prose, you had a sold out packed house. >> they not sam stein was going to be there. >> and there were a lot of republicans there. you're drawing a republican crowd. >> this is politics and prose. usually when i tell people, use my marxist joke, they all laugh. last night, they stood up and applauded. so you're reaching out to a new republican party. >> it was amazing. there was even a republican who voted for obama who stood up proudly and said that. >> that doesn't happen so much. used to say how many republicans, how many democrats. like in 2009, shield say and how many republicans who voted for obama. and there would be like ten people applauding, be really proud of themselves for
they sign the contract. >> jim miklaszewski joins us now. last word from the state department is that this is all still under review. >> oh, absolutely. and quite frankly, people here at the pentagon at the state department over at the white house are a little bit surprised that anybody in congress would be taken by surprise by this 2024 date for u.s. troops to remain in afghanistan to provide some type of training and assistance and even conduct counter terrorism operations well after the official combat role has ended in 2014 because president obama and hamid karzai signed an agreement, the strategic partnership agreement is what it's called, which laid out the 2024 deadline in may of 2012. a year and a half ago. but what the problem is that there are some details within the agreement that still have at the very highest levels of the government here in washington concerned and that is primarily that the karzai government is trying to put severe restrictions on the u.s. military capability to conduct some operations if necessary. for example, if they were on a base and somebo
did not want. this matters, obama care affects one- sixths of the u.s. economy. not to mention your own economy. why healthcare.gov is going off line again. >> one of the nation's busiest airports is in the seen. >> it is like a dream. it was not real. it was so intense and not normal to hear that. >> the attack like this tests our resolve and who we are and respond. the line of fire and recovery. >> in moments, the now evidence that the killer may have had a specific target in mind. and a city's response in the face of tragedy becomes a point of national pride for all of us and celebrating boston strong. i am harris faulkner. down again. healthcare.gov that is linking americans to health care exchanges will go off line in a few hours from now. the site will be down for an extended fix. something that the website sorely needs. it is plagued since day one. you can count the number of successful enrollments on hand. and memos from the obama administration show that six people managed to sign up the first day the website went live. the administration is promising a tech surge will fix
of apple tesla and celgene. apple down.3%, tesla down 15%. joe is chief market strategist with u.s. trust division of bank of america private wealth management. bob joins me here on the floor as well to talk about this market. joe, i'm going to start with you. as we move into the latter part of the year after such a spectacular performance by stocks, do you think the s&p 500's ten sectors will have a perfect ten all ending the year with double-digit gains? >> you know, sue, i do. it's very interesting, it hasn't happened since 1995. so even the so-called laggards, telecom, utilities, up 14, 15% and i think there's good liqu liquidity from the central banks around the world. a lot of retail investors coming back into equities. a host of reasons why i think we it continue to push higher across all sectors. >> now they've had pretty spectacular gains so far. how much more do you think is in this move and do you think that perhaps just a modest advance, that certainly would provide us with a very strong end of the year, but is there more after that or not? >> that's a good question, sue. i un
. thank you for starting your day with us. we begin with this an extreme weather alert to tell you about. one of the most talentpowerful ever recorded. potential of catastrophic damage. pacific storm high ann is a super typhoon with winds approaching 200 miles per hour. >> four people are dead and 27,000 people evacuated some of them already living in makeshift shelters because of a massive earthquake last month. trees are down power is out there's widespread flooding and communication knocked out in the hardest hit areas. >> maria molina is in the weather station. >> this could be possibly one of the strongest hurricanes or typhoons. we hear the word typhoon we are not used to hearing that word across portions of the western hemisphere. it's exactly the same thing what a hurricane is. we call it different names. the storm system called a typhoon that is a cyclone across indian ocean and southern pacific ocean. this had winds of 195 miles per hour during land fall. that would make it one of the strongest storms during land fall in any country. still a category 5 storm. it is a super typh
. we've got the full details at 11:20 cet. >>> plus, it's media earnings week in the u.s. with firms fox reporting 20% less than expected quarterly earnings. we'll get the latest details coming up at 11:20 cet. if you have any thoughts about anything we're discussing today, please e-mail us at cnbc.com. tweet me, @rosswestgate, as well. >>> olsom says it plans to cut 1300 jobs, mainly in europe. a move that means it doesn't need to raise fresh capital. the firm made its announcement as it revealed another big day in french earnings. stephane, what has been investors' reactions about what alstom had to say. >> alstom wants to focus on the cost reduction after announcing for the first half of the year a 20% contract job of its order. the company will cut 1,300 jobs worldwide, mainly in europe. it's going to launch an asset disposal program in the transport sector. it's planning to raise between $1 billion and $2 billion euros from the sale of its minority stake transports unit, chkt be in the stock market at some point. the company is struggling with austerity policies in europe. it's
, medical supplies and tarps that people can use for shelters. the problem is getting it out from here at the airport to the surrounding communities that are in such desperate need and not just the question of communities far away. i'm talking about communities that are half a mile from here, even a clinic here at the airplane. people come up to you all the time. look at all the people here at the airport. many times they come here every day desperate to get on some sort of a flight out of here. they don't have food. they don't have water, and you would think the one place with supplies coming in here, the one place it would be easy to distribute water or food to people would be here at the airport but there are people begging us for water, just little sips of water. i want to show you what we saw at a clinic several hours ago, a clinic that's been set up here at the airport, a clinic that is simply overwhelmed. take a look. it's like this every day now in this overcrowded clinic at ta tacloban airport, there are too many people and not enough supplies. >> it's chaotic. >> it looks ver
. >> joining us now by phone the public information officer for grundy county, ema. what have you seen so far? describe the scene for us? >> so what are with we have seen we have seen quite a bit of damage to residences and commercial businesses in the area. we have seen some businesses and buildings that have collapsed. luckily we have not had the people injured as well as through out the streets and they were transported into the hospital. we were lucky enough not to have fatalities. there was quite a bit of damage to our area. >> this is heather. how long have you been in this area and when have you seen others to this extent and can you compare it to other outbreaks in the past? >> i have grown-up in the area quite a bit specifically to the cold city area. this is the first that i know of that is specific to this. >> nick, i was reading earlier that police had to take dogs out. you clook at these pictures thee houses are crumbled piles of debris now. i was reading police were taking dogs out to hneighborhoods because so many were trapped in this. >> we only had one location where our fire
. thank you so much for waking up with us. >> we do so with a fox news alert out of the philippines. reports that the death toll from one of the most powerful typhoons on record could reach well 10,000 people. at this show hour 10,000 are fe dead. >> translator: i'm looking for my grandmother, mother and child. >> there's no radio, no television. the devastation is -- i don't have the words for it. it's really horrific. >> the u.n. says 2.5 million people are in need of food aid in the area there and unicef estimates there's 1.5 million children who could be affected by this. coming up we'll have a live report from that devastated area and hear from aid workers what the crisis looks like. >>> on to another fox news alert, police in texas are on the hunt for two suspects after a gunman goes on a deadly rampage at a massive house party. two are dead. 16 others wounded. it happened just before midnight in a suburb near houston. dozens of people mostly teenagers were at the house when the gunfire rang out. >> it was chaos. just chaos. i heard between five and ten gun shots, and, you kno
that as the police have said, the victim has disclosed to us that she is not pregnant. so that pregnant element of the story, there is a true or false there and we can't say which one is true right now. one of the interesting things is the glass table. george zimmerman told her say that he broke the glass table. she says that on her 911 call. so he in the middle of his 911 call says very calmly she just broke the glass table knowing that that's one of the evidentiary elements there. he wasn't calling to -- 911 to get help. he said on the call, i want my story up, basically. i want to tell the truth knowing that this tape would come out. >> that's right. george zimmerman has known since 2005 that the best defense is a good offense. that's when his fiance chose to get a restraining order, he got one against her. in the treyvon martin case he claimed that martin attacked him and he's the victim. now he says she's the one that is crazy, she is pregnant, she is coming after me and i'm just the guy who once again is a victim. it's amazing how everybody in the world seems to be conspireing against zim
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